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Feb
1
answered lubuntu panel does not take on system theme colour
Jan
21
revised Jpeg files to pdf
mentioned base software; added exact pdfimages command; wording improvements
Dec
22
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
22
revised How to install gnotime on Ubuntu 15.10?
semicolons added to commands to allow aggregate copy&paste to console; wording improvements
Dec
13
revised How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
modified to sleep a bit more, plus explanation for that; spelling fix (windo → window)
Nov
29
answered Balance of GSM USB Modem using USSD
Nov
15
asked How to install gnotime on Ubuntu 15.10?
Nov
15
answered How to install gnotime on Ubuntu 15.10?
Nov
11
awarded  Yearling
Nov
1
awarded  Scholar
Nov
1
accepted How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
Oct
28
comment How can I highlight or annotate PDFs?
One of the nicest little features in xournal is that you can use pressure-sensitive pen input, and even these scribbled annotations will be saved as vector graphics, not images. Means, small file size all around.
Oct
28
revised How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
added sh -c "…" wrapper to allow starting from Alt+F2 launcher
Oct
28
comment How to combine two commands as a launcher?
Yay! Your technique also works in the Alt+F2 launcher dialog. It would normally only execute at most one command, at least in LXDE. Now, sth. like sh -c "xeyes & xeyes" works.
Oct
28
revised How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
fixed command to work as a single command; added more stable window title matching
Oct
28
asked How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
Oct
28
answered How to black out a region of one virtual desktop?
Oct
27
revised Drawing over the desktop
added Ubuntu specific usage hints, and how to use it without compositing
Oct
27
answered Drawing over the desktop
Oct
27
comment Drawing over the desktop
Technically, Pylote does not really draw over the desktop, but on automatically generated screenshots of the desktop. You can minimize the Pylote window to see the real windows and the real desktop behind.